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TEMPLEGATE has picked his Tote Fantasy squad for this weekend's action.

The action comes thick and fast on Saturday – and there is a FREE £1 entry to claim here.

Simply pick your seven horses with your 10,000 guineas budget – just like you would in fantasy football.

Claim YOUR £30 welcome bonus HERE*

Make sure you select your boosts – it's two times the points for the stable star and you can get a placing bump under the 'stewards' enquiry'.

The top 25 per cent of players make profit and the winner scoops the jackpot.

Fantasy is a paid pool much like a Placepot or a Scoop6, however the way you win is entirely unique and based on how you do vs the other players.

You don’t need to pick all seven winners, you just need to do better than others in the pool – first prize could be won with just two winners.

Templegate's Tote Fantasy team

Race 1: Love Envoi 750

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Has won on her past two runs here and can figure in the podium battle.

Race 2: JPR One 2500

Stumbled on landing after crossing the final fence with the race wrapped up at Cheltenham last time. That fired Brendan Powell out of the saddle but it was more bad luck than poor jumping. He tanked along in that Grade 2 contest and can make amends here on just his third run over fences.

Race 3: Percussion 1250

Is yet to put a foot wrong on three spins over the National fences, hitting the frame twice in the Grand Sefton and when third in this race 12 months ago. He was staying on strongly in the Grand Sefton last month so this longer distance will be ideal.

Race 4: Jilaijone 750

Consistent and was third at Ascot last time. The handicapper has left his mark alone and he has a live each-way chance.

Race 5: Liari 1250

Kicked off his British career with a fair win at Wincanton. This is hotter company but he should come on for that experience.

Race 6: Edwardstone 1250

Won this 12 months ago and was a Grade 1 winner here earlier in his career. He was entitled to need that Cheltenham comeback but needs his very best to trouble the favourite.

Race 7: Sonigino 1750

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Was a good third in a hotter contest than this at the Grand National meeting and comes here off a good fourth in the Greatwood Hurdle at Cheltenham. He’s off the same mark and will appreciate any juice in the ground.

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